Got to work beside some of the brightest and talented folks in the Industry
Senior Engineer (Former Employee), Kennedy Space Center, FL – October 24, 2013
Pros: ability to move freely about ksc
Cons: lower than normal pay
No two days the same. Always a new adventure. Traveling to Skunkworks to work on state of the art projects and putting them into use to decrease work time providing a better quality product, under cost.
• Provides answers to clients by identifying problems; researching answers; guiding client through corrective steps. • Improves system performance by identifying problems; recommending changes. • Accommodates client disabilities by recommending devices and techniques
Project Coordinator- Field Engineering (Former Employee), Colorado Springs, CO – October 24, 2013
Worked with other Operations team members and other development teams to deploy Company applications into a standardized, robust, dynamic, well-documented, and manageable HP/UX infrastructure.Supported operations, services, needs and goals of management; and their program and the organizations served, and related customer’s functions, resources, and – more... users. Expert understanding of Cheyenne Mountain AFS computer/communications configurations and connectivity; and in-depth knowledge of the inner workings of the Integrated Tactical Warning and Attack Assessment (ITW/AA) system. – less
I really enjoyed this job. A job that I had always dreamed of.
PLANT SERVICE WORKER (Former Employee), Marietta, GA – October 19, 2013
Pros: the insurance benfits were the best my family have ever had.
Cons: i had to leave my family back here in suffolk for one year. my wife and 2 daugthers.
Lock-Heed Martin was a the Best job, I really enjoyed cleaning the grounds and building where our military Planes and Jets are built. Being responsible for a unit made it easy when you have good people to work with. It was amazing to see nothing turned into something that protect our nation. The distance from my wife and kids had me to come back and – more... find new employment. – less